After Freja Ollegard's death in "The Damned", a large community of Danes hold a massive funeral for her, conduced by Lennart Bedrager. While delivering the eulogy for Ollegard, Bedrager vows to destroy the troll responsible for her death.
In "Wieners Out", Bedrager, and several other members of the Danish community, hold another vigil for Freja Ollegard. He silently laments about the return of trolls, in a new form, and vows to "deal with them again."
While meeting Gerald Broflovski in the park, Dildo Shwaggins shows Broflovski a BBC News video featuring Bedrager announcing his new internet service, TrollTrace.com. He mentions that the service will accept a troll's comments and return the name, address, picture, and internet history of the troll. When questioned about others using the service to spy on non-trolls, he simply states that the service is to be used on trolls only.
Lennart Bedrager wears black pants, a white shirt, a black tie, and black gloves. He also wears a long, black trench coat and a brown hat with a red feather and a green trim. He has blond hair and has blond, graying facial hair.
- Lennart's surname, Bedrager, means "deceiver" or "fraud" in Danish.
- "The Damned" - Appears briefly delivering the eulogy for Freja Ollegard's funeral.
- "Wieners Out" - Announces his new service, TrollTrace.com, as a way to identify online trolls.
- "Douche and a Danish" - Seen trying to run TrollTrace.com and dealing with the fallout from the massive troll against Denmark.
- "Fort Collins" - Seen using Heidi Turner's "emojo-analyis" technique to identify trolls and reveal the internet histories of everyone in Fort Collins.